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Leelanau State Park Professional Review and Guide
"The Leelanau Peninsula is Michigan’s “Little Finger,” and right at the tip of this land thrust into Lake Michigan on the west side of Grand Traverse Bay lies a 1,300-acre park. The campsites are arranged in a loop along shore east of the lighthouse, and though tucked into the woods for shade, the sandy shore is right at hand. The Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum is in the park and hikers have 8.5 miles to explore. Be aware that no pets are ever allowed on the shoreline here to protect rare nesting piping plover. Visitors may still look for Petoskey stones here though. The peninsula is also home to several wineries."
--Kevin Revolinski , Camping Michigan (Falcon Guides).
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